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How to move a huge tire properly

 Dan has first-hand experience moving large machinery tires. Sometimes when we repair machines, removing the tires is a requirement to gain access. These big tires are 30.5 x 32 which means they are 30.5 inches wide and the rim is 32 inches in diameter. They are around six feet tall and weigh about 1,250 -1,500 pounds per tire with the rim intact. So, they are BIG! Moving them properly is a must. You can easily get crushed if you do not know what you are doing. Safety is the number one priority.

Be safe and God bless!

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